Game and 50 Cent haven't spoken in years, but that doesn't mean that a possible collaboration is totally out of the question. The BoomBox caught up with Game, who is currently working on his upcoming release 'The R.E.D. Album,' and with a new outlook on both life and his career, the Compton native explained that when it comes to 50, he's ready to put the past behind him.

"You know what? I think that's up to 50 these days," he told The BoomBox about getting together with the Queens rapper for a track. "I'm up for anything. I love making music. I'm in a space in my life that I feel good about everything. I ain't got no problems with nobody, unless you pick a fight with me then I gotta come in lyrically and expunge that problem. But other than that, I'm coming in with smiles on my face every day, chilling with my kids, going in the studio with my homies and trying to finish my project."

The feud between Game and 50 started back in 2005, when Game was signed to the same label as 50, the Dr. Dre-helmed Aftermath, and placed into G-Unit. His debut, 'The Documentary,' heavily featured 50, including the track 'Hate It or Love It,' and as a result 50's own album 'The Massacre' was put on the back-burner. While it seemed 50 genuflected to the Game, letting him into his hip-hop scene, Game wasn't exactly reciprocating the favor. He refused to partake in several G-Unit feuds and beefs with rappers like Ja Rule, Fat Joe and Jadakiss, but continued to ride on the success of the 'The Documentary,' which 50 felt he deserved more writing credit for, as well as the street cred of being a G-Unit member. The tension and jealousy eventually led to 50 denouncing Game from the G-Unit crew. Game retaliated with the stellar diss '300 Bars and Runnin'' and 50 followed suit with 'Piggy Bank.' The rest is hip-hop history.